Human Resources in science and technology

Highly educated and skilled personnel are a key resource for science and technology. Consequently, indicators for Human Resources in Science and Technology (HRST) are very important.

HRST statistics always focus on two main aspects. Firstly, the stock of HRST that focuses on the characteristics of the current labour force involved in science and technology. Secondly, the flows showing the job-to-job mobility and the inflow from education to the science and technology labour force. In this case, particular attention is paid to scientists and engineers, who are often the innovators at the centre of technology-led development.

 

Chapter 3: Human Resources in science and technology

  • Introduction

  • S&T students

  • S&T graduates

  • R&D personnel

  • Mobility of researchers

  • PhD

 

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